About The Széchenyi Thermal Bath:
Few attractions exemplify the romantic elegance of Budapest quite like the world-famous Széchenyi Thermal Bath. This neo-baroque icon designed by architect Győző Czigler first underwent construction in 1909 and saw various expansions throughout the 20th century.
Today millions from across the globe aim to include its refreshing mineral water spas and relaxing therapies in their own city break. Book your skip-the-line entry tickets online and waste no time taking that first soothing dip. You could also treat yourself and a partner/friend to one of the bath's luxury massage packages. Tickets are sent immediately via email, so all you need to do is decide which aches need evening out.
*'I Love Spa' Package:
This handy spa gear package includes: a towel, 2-in-1 shampoo & shower gel, flip-flops, a swimming cap and a 500ml bottle of mineral water. These are provided upon entry to the bathhouse.
Note: Széchenyi Bath tickets are valid for one entry only, so you should not attempt to exit through the entrance turnstiles before deciding to leave.
As well as standard entry you can also book a soothing massage session at Széchenyi Baths. These vary from 20 to 60 minutes and are performed by a professional masseur in your own private cabin.
Choose either a 20 minute aromatherapy or thermal massage, or a 45-60 minute Royal Thermal Massage.
- All Year Round, Daily.
- 09:00 to 18:00.
- Guests are welcome to stay until the Spa's closing at 22:00.
Széchenyi Bath Address:
- Budapest, Állatkerti krt. 9-11, 1146 Hungary.
- Enter via the "Kós Károly Sétány" side entrance - View Location.
Getting to Széchenyi Bath:
- Ride the Millennium Underground Railway (M1) to Széchenyi fürdő station.
- Hop-off at stop 1/27 on the Big Bus Budapest Tour.